|Course||Dessert and Sweet|
|Place of origin||Former Estado da Índia Portuguesa|
|Region or state||Goa and Macau|
|Main ingredients||Flour, sugar, ghee (clarified butter), coconut milk, egg yolk|
|993 kcal kcal|
Bebinca, also known as bibik or bebinka, is a type of pudding and a traditional Indo-Portuguese dessert. Traditional Bebinca has seven layers. The ingredients include plain flour, sugar, ghee (clarified butter), egg yolk, and coconut milk.
It is a traditional sweet of Goa, specially popular during Christmas. It is also easily available to carry and preserve for a long time or eaten fresh.
Bebinca was also adopted as a typhoon name in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, contributed by Macau. It is prepared in Portugal and Mozambique also, although traditionally it is a Goan layered cake.
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- "Tropical Storm Bebinca lessens threat to Philippines, veers north toward Japan". USA Today. 4 October 2006. Retrieved 6 January 2011.
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